List of 5 news stories.

  • Two Grade 5 Students Receive Community of Respect Award

    During the last Lower School assembly of the school year, Head of Lower School Dr. Cricket Mikheev, with the help of last year's awardees Jaydon and Skylar, presented the Community of Respect Award to Grade 5 students Milagros and Luca.
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  • Two Grade 8 Students Honored with John W. Heagy Award

    Head of Middle School Dr. Shannon Mulholland presented Olivia and Daniel with the John W. Heagy Award during the Grade 8 Commencement on June 6, 2019.
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  • Alumnus Wins Tony Award for "The Boys in the Band"

    Brian Hutchison '89 and the cast of The Boys in the Band won the 2019 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play.
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  • Sewickley Academy Junior Published in The Apprentice Writer

    Junior Erin Mahoney’s photograph, Hangin' On, will be published in the 2019 issue of the The Apprentice Writer this August.
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  • Two Seniors Receive William P. Mahoney B Kind Foundation Scholarship

    Lekha Amin and Zoya Mahmood are two recipients of the 2019 William P. Mahoney B kind Foundation Scholarship Award. The B kind Foundation generously, privately, and unexpectedly awards nominees $2,500 for their efforts to build community through acts of kindness.
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Our Graduates Are Going Places!

The Class of 2019 is attending an impressive and diverse list of colleges and universities!

Sewickley Academy's Class of 2019 is truly a group of remarkable young adults! Check out some of the exciting statistics below:
  • The SAT average for the Classes of 2016 - 2019 is 1285. This is 218 points above the national SAT average. The SAT average for the Class of 2019 is 1311. This is 243 points above the national SAT average!
  • The ACT average for the Class of 2019 is 29 versus a national average of 20.9.
  • 92% of the class was admitted to a Top Choice college. (Top Choice = listed as “First Choice” or “High Level of Interest” by the student.)
  • The members of this class served a total of 6,606 hours of community service during their time at SA.
  • 9% of the class was recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
  • 40% of the class was recognized by the AP Scholars Program (before senior year).
  • 47% of the class was admitted to a college or university with an acceptance rate of 30% or lower.
  • 21% of the class will graduate with a Global Studies Certificate
Take a closer look at our graduates and where they're headed next

Below is the list of the colleges and universities to which our graduates will matriculate this fall.
American University (2)
Amherst College
Babson College
Boston College
Boston University
Bucknell University (2)
University of California, San Diego
Carnegie Mellon University (4)
Case Western Reserve University
College of Charleston
Clark Atlanta University
University of Colorado, Boulder (2)
Davidson College
University of Dayton
Drexel University
Duquesne University
Elon University
Emory University
Fairfield University
Fordham University (2)
Georgetown University
University of Georgia (2)
Gettysburg College
Gonzaga University
Harvard College
Hillsdale College
Johns Hopkins University
University of Kentucky
Liberty University (3)
University of Maryland, College Park
Miami University, Oxford (2)
University of Michigan
Mount Royal University
University of Nevada, Reno
Northwestern University
The Ohio State University
Pennsylvania State University, State College (2)
University of Pittsburgh (2)
Pomona College
Princeton University
Robert Morris University (2)
San Diego State University
University of South Carolina
University of Southern California
Syracuse University (2)
Texas Christian University
University of Toronto
Trinity College Dublin
Vanderbilt University
Vassar College
Villanova University (3)
University of Virginia
Wake Forest University (3)
Washington University in St. Louis
West Virginia University


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Sewickley Academy is a nationally recognized Pittsburgh private school enrolling students in Pre-K through Grade 12 on a single campus.